For the few short years that Richard Harris & Jimmy Webb worked together musically, something special was forever left to hear. The "A Tramp Shining" album was magical, haunting & beautiful all in one breath to me & i'm sure many others. One of my persona
This track is from the second (and last) of the two albums featuring the songs of Jimmy Webb "The Yard Went On Forever". It has been said that this track "probably crossed the line that separates experimental evocation and pretentious self-indulgence" --
MALCOLM ROBERTS SINGING LOVE IS ALL
Festival Internacional da Canção - Inglaterra - Malcolm Roberts interpreta o sucesso LOVE IS ALL -
MALCOLM ROBERTS . SINGS I MISS YOU SO-
MALCOLM ROBERTS SINGS. THIS IS MY LIFE-
MALCOLM ROBERTS SINGING. AVE MARIA.
The late comedian Bob Monkhouse in this rare video filmed in the mid 1990's at Lakeside, Frimley Green.
The late comedian Bob Monkhouse doing live stand-up in this rare video filmed in 1994 at Lakeside, Frimley Green.
Robert Alan "Bob" Monkhouse, OBE (1st June 1928 - 29th December 2003) was an English entertainer. He was a successful comedy writer, comedian and actor and was also well known on television as a presenter and game show host.
In 1964 comedian Bob Monkhouse caused outrage by making fun of the Splott area of Cardiff. TWW took him to Splott to see the place for himself
Live from Birmingham, Bob Monkhouse hosts this ITC idented edition from 1970! Bob brings a newsflash from ITN about the electricity strikes and uses the whole show to plug a new book that he's done the illustrations for.
The late great Bob Monkhouse, filmed at the Pig and Whistle, Butlins Barry Island performing the Midnight Cabaret Spot. 1985.
The Bachelors were an Irish pop band of the 1960s consisting of brothers Conleth (b.March 3, 1941) and Declan Clusky (b. December 12, 1942) and John Stokes (b. August 13, 1940). They began as an instrumental act playing harmonicas and called the Harmonich
A performance by the Bachelors, part of a skit they did in an early 1965 London Palladium episode.
From the 80's Channel 4 TV show 'The Unforgettables' The Bachelors, a Dublin popular music group, had eighteen hit records in the UK in the 1960s. In 1964, they achieved more top ten records than The Beatles! Their biggest hit was "Diane" which was number
One of my favorite Bachelors recordings. Charted at #21 on UK Singles chart in December 1966, #83 on Billboard Hot 100, and #26 on Billboard Easy Listening (AC) chart. Original Billboard review: "Well-blended vocal and top arrangement of a strong inspirat
Australian Bandstand performance
Fantastic version! Charted at #20 on UK Singles chart in July 1967. Remake of the Arthur Tracy hit from the 1930's. Written by L. Wolfe Gilbert & Moises Simons. B-side of the UK single is "My World". B-side of the US single is "Oh How I Miss You".
Beautiful song by Matt Monro... Music: Walk Away by Matt Monro Thank you for watching!
This clip is from the Saturday Night At The Mill Show in the early 70's.
There could never be a portrait of my love. For nobody could paint a dream. You will see. A portrait of my love.
The opening scene for the film "The Italian Job" (1969) featured Monro singing "On Days Like These". Music by Quincy Jones and lyrics by Don Black. Matt Monro (1 December 1930 -- 7 February 1985) was an English singer who became one of the most popular en
Awesome song from an awesome singer... a classic..
Matt sings this song in his own television show Matt Sings Monro at the BCC in 1974.
Leo Coutrier* Matt Monro, years active 1956 - 1985. Labels : Decca, Parlophone, Capitol, Columbia.
From the Movie original "The Italian Job"
A very fine and talented with a voice that makes you listen! Matt Monroe singing Yesterday by The Beatles. A classic! which is one of the most recorded songs of all-time Enjoy!
Victoria Wood's standup special from Christmas 1994. This is the complete version, the TV broadcast and DVD release was missing 20 minutes of extra footage, this version has those missing segments.
Victoria Wood talking about menopause and health food shops. From live at the Albert 2001
First broadcast on 16th November 1989. Victoria attends a health farm. Featuring Julie Walters, Lill Roughley, Liza Tarbuck, Meg Johnson, Anne Reid, Georgia Allen, Selina Cadell & Peter Martin.
Victoria Wood's standup show from 1997.
An all-too-brief appreciation of a terrific performer and writer and her celebrated team. R.I.P.
Victoria Wood shoe shop sketch from As Seen On TV
From Victoria Wood's 'Mid Life Christmas 2009'
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